Melissa Pallett-Vasquez participated in a presentation titled ZOOMing Out: A Fresh Look at Legal Ethics and Professionalism in the Era of Remote Work at the 111th Annual CLE Conference: Roaring Into The '20s: The Next Decade In-House. Pallett-Vasquez explored new ethics and professionalism issues that have arisen with the recent widespread phenomenon of remote work.
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